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    When the sky falls we'll all catch larks.

    Source: Irish
    Where the tongue slips, it speaks the truth.

    Source: Irish
    Winter comes fast on the lazy.

    Source: Irish
    Women do not drink liquor but it disappears when they are present.

    Source: Irish
    Women in state affairs are like monkeys in glass-houses.

    Source: Irish
    You are not a fully fledged sailor unless you have sailed under full sail, and you have not built a wall unless you have rounded a corner.

    Source: Irish
    You must crack the nuts before you can eat the kernel.

    Source: Irish
    You must cut your coat according to your cloth.

    Source: Irish
    You'll never plow a field by turning it over in your mind.

    Source: Irish
    You've got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.

    Source: Irish
    Your son is your son until he marries, but your daughter is your daughter until you die.

    Source: Irish
    Youth does not mind where it sets its foot.

    Source: Irish
    Youth has a small head.

    Source: Irish
    Youth is wasted on the young.

    Source: Irish
    Youth sheds many a skin. The steed (horse) does not retain its speed forever.

    Source: Irish
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